Ken Davis is joined by Cheryl Corley, National Public Radio, and Charlie Meyerson, FM News 101.1. They discuss the new speed camera ordinance, yesterday's decision at the city council to delay and publish the infrastructure trust ordinance and the media's role in the Trayvon Martin case. This program was produced by Chicago Access Network Television (CAN TV). Topic: Trayvon Martin
Never Forget Radio presents part 1 of an ongoing series that examines 9/11 memorials around the country. This first installment features musings on conceptual art, Trayvon Martin, Percy Shelley, Maya Lin, Bruce Springsteen, and George Washington's teeth. Topics: Bruce Springsteen, Trayvon Martin, Ozymandius
The Parable of the Good Samaritan speaks of neighborly love and is one of the most familiar and influential passages of the whole bible. It is one of the clearest narratives, in sacred scripture, to call for public love through public action... Love it tells us, must not know limits. Of race, nationality, or place of origin. I wish Mr. Zimmerman had been able to see Trayvon Benjamin Martin as his neighbor, down in Florida last February, and not as his black profiled teenage boy enemy... Topics: Trayvon Martin, neighbor, neighborly love
Trayvon Martin case 911 calls spreadsheet. There were seven 911 callers on Sunday, February 26, 2012, the night Trayvon Martin was shot. Here they are in columns with a time scale. The calls are listed according to their connection time. You can compare them and see what was going on with all the calls simultaneously. In Excel format; so you will be able to move columns and edit them. Topics: Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman, 911 calls, spreadsheet
In an extended report, Jillian Raftery examines the tragic shooting of Trayvon Martin. This podcast version includes more audio from 911 calls. Louis-Victor Jadavji tells us about the social implications of a fatal accident in Brazil wherin a Mercedes struck and killed a bicyclist. Ann Kirkpatrick interviews Megan Petersen and Lizzie Pfeiffer, the student leaders of the Claremont-based group Armed RevolutioKnits, a âcraftivistâ group promoting feminist ideas through the art of âyarnbombing.â Topics: Trayvon Martin, Brazil, Favelas, yarnbombing, craftivism
This video reveals one of many things hidden by the media from innocent people. Here is also the actual truth about Martin Luther King Jr. hidden by the media. https://archive.org/details/TheBeastAsSaint-TheTruthAboutMartinLutherKingJr Here is also the truth about Walt Disney hidden by the media. https://archive.org/details/DISNEYSSATANICSYMBOLISMSUBLIMINALSEXUALPERVERSIONHIDDENINPLAINSIGHT If you are interested in the "actual" truth about Adolf Hitler, Holocaust, and WW2 hidden by... Topic: Trayvon Martin George Zimmermann Illuminati Freemasonry
We continue our coverage of President Obamaâs healthcare law as the Supreme Court continues its consideration on whether or not the law is in violation of the US Constitution. Resident physician Dr. L. Toni Lewis, chair of SEIUâs healthcare committee is our guest. The ACLU testifies at a Congressional forum on the Trayvon Martin case, we speak with Jesselyn McCurdy, criminal justice senior legislative counsel. There is a lot of emotion out there about the murder of Trayvon; we have invited... Topics: Healthcare, Obamacare, Trayvon Martin, Racial profiling
Trayvon Martin case 911 calls spreadsheet. There were seven 911 callers on Sunday, February 26, 2012, the night Trayvon Martin was shot. Here they are in columns with a time scale. The calls are listed according to their connection time. You can compare them and see what was going on with all the calls simultaneously. In Macintosh CSV format; so you will be able to move columns and edit them. Topics: Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman, 911 calls, spreadsheet
WBAIâs Radio Building Bridges: Your Community & Labor Report Monday, March 26, 2012, 7- 8 pm EST, over 99.5 FM Produced & Hosted by Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash ******************************** As We Demand Justice For Trayvon Martin His Death Reveals A Long-Frayed Racial Nerve With Linn Washington, Professor of Journalism at Temple University and Colin Goddard, shot 4 times at the 2007 Virginia Tech massacre and Assistant Director of Federal Legislation for the Brady Campaign to... Topics: Trayvon Martin, Occupy Wall Street Police Violence, Verizon, CWA
A water privatization scheme in Rialto, Jerry Acosta, Senior Representative of the Utility Workers Union is our guest. And Tom Hayden joins us on the film on the legacy of Judi Bari as the film âWho Shot Judi Bariâ opens in Los Angeles today. Professor Peter Dreier weighs in as the Supreme Court considers whether President Obamaâs healthcare law is constitutional. Dr. Gerald Horne and Alex Sanchez of Hommies Unidos on the Trayvon Martin murder. And Carlos Marroquin on the latest foreclosure... Topics: Trayvon Martin, Water Rights, Judi Bari, Obamacare, Occupy Fight Forclosures
A political crisis in the West African nation of Mali; Tuareg rebels capturing the North of the country coincides with a coup against the government in Bamako the nationâs capital. Our guest is Kambale Musavuli. The killing of Kendrec McDade a Black teenager by Pasadena Policy has riled up the community. Comparisons are being made with the murders of Trayvon Martin the teenager shot by Neighborhood Watch President, George Zimmerman in Sanford Florida, and the murder of 68 eight year old Black... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Mali, Coup, Tuareg, Kendrec McDade, Trayvon Martin, earth minute
This is Harold's podcast of April 5, 2012, in which he discusses among other things the shooting of Trayvon Martin by George Zimmerman among other things. There is also an amusing rant by Axis Sally, who appear later as Harold's studio guest, and a book review by Gretchen the Librarian. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Axis Sally, Harold Covington, Northwest Migration, Trayvon Martin Source: Harold Covington
Wednesday: Updates on Egypt, Edward Snowden, the California Prisoner Hunger Strike and the George Zimmerman case. Topics: Egypt, Snowden, California Prisoner Hunger Strike, George Zimmerman, Trayvon Martin
Tuesday: Prisoners in California have begun a hunger and work strike. Supporters include 320 religious organizations across the US. What are the local and national implications? Also we get an update on the hunger strike. Our guests are Dolores Caneles whose son is a California prisoner hunger striker and Laura Markel Downton, Director of US Prisons Policy and Program for the National Religious Campaign against Torture. And the defense has begun their case in the trial of George... Topics: Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman, California Prisoners Hunger Strike
Autif Kamal talks about how George Zimmerman verdict was falsely administered on account of the relevant part of Florida's “Stand Your Ground” law being unclear and George Zimmerman having no valid basis for his pursuit of Trayvon Martin. Sources: http://goo.gl/txwLm (CNN, Bothelo & Yan) http://goo.gl/u3D93 (CNN) http://goo.gl/md5tE (Online Sunshine) Originally Aired: 07/20/13 Topics: George Zimmerman, Trayvon Martin, Stand Your Ground, Florida, Reasonable Fear
Friday our weekly roundtable weighs in on the implications of the killing of Trayvon Martin and the George Zimmerman trial. Also, the California Prisoners Hunger Strike is now the largest in California history. Governor Jerry Brown resists a court order to release close to 10,000 prisoners, and a scandal about the sterilization of women prisoners in California. Our panelists will discuss the use of solitary confinement in US prisons, conditions within US prisons, mass incarceration and its... Topics: George Zimmerman, Trayvon Martin, Snowden, California Prisoner Hunger Strike
Bread and Roses Radio host Elliot Tarry dedicates this show to the memory of Trayvon Martin and features excerpts from speaches by Malcolm X recorded 50 years ago after the historic civil rights "March on Washington". Topics: Trayvon Martin, Malcolm X, Black Power, institutional racism
(July 21, 2013) We are not Trayvon Martin, and we are not the person set upon by robbers on the road to Jericho, but the parable of the Good Samaritan has a powerful message and warning for us. For those with power or privilege-- which, racially speaking, is more than 96% of Vermont-- have the responsibility to take notice, and not pass by on the other side. ( Luke 10:25-37 ) Topics: god, jesus, church, trayvon martin, zimmerman, samaritan, justice
Wednesday: More historic context and reaction to the George Zimmerman acquittal with Professor Robin Kelley and Dr. Julianne Malveaux. Life inside a California prison and the latest on the California Prisoners Hunger Strike with Steven Czifra, a formerly incarcerated person who spent time in solitary confinement at Pelican Bay and Corcoron State prisons. He is now a student at UC Berkeley. Sojourner Truth Wednesday, July 17th Topics: George Zimmerman, Trayvon Martin, California Prisoner Hunger Strike
On Saturday a 6 women jury ruled George Zimmerman not guilty on counts of Second Degree Murder and Manslaughter, for the killing of Trayvon Martin last year. Today we get reaction from Michael Skolnik president of Globalgrind.com and a board member on the Trayvon Martin Foundation, roundtable regular Gerald Horne, and Rashad Robinson Executive Director of Color of Change. Topics: George Zimmerman, Trayvon Martin, Michael Skolnik, Rashad Robinson, Gerald Horne
This second episode of The New Polis Podcast discusses the reasons why the Trayvon Martin shooting case reached national media attention and what the mass media means for society. Topics: Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman, Mass Media, The New Polis
Thursday President Obama tried to regain his footing with what was billed as a major speech in the economy. Economist Max Wolff breaks it down. A year ago low income residents of Anaheim, best known as the home of Disneyland, shocked the world when a street rebellion broke out after the police killings of two young Latino men. We speak with OC Weekly reporter Gabriel San Roman about the impact of the rebellion and its aftermath. For our weekly “Earth Watch” Mathew Louis-Rosenberg... Topics: Trayvon Martin, California Prisoners Hunger Strike, Anaheim, Economy, Obama
Friday our weekly roundtable takes on the George Zimmerman verdict: the historic context, the national and international implications, what it says about race and criminal justice in the US. And a military judge upholds the most serious charge against Bradley Manning, that of aiding the enemy. Manning could face life in prison without parole. Meanwhile Edward Snowden, another whistleblower not wanting the same fate as Manning has applied for asylum in Russia in exchange for not leaking... Topics: George Zimmerman, Trayvon Martin, Edward Snowden, Bradley Manning, Whistle blower
Arrests made over the past few days at OccupyWS and OccupyLA. We get updates from Jackie DiSalvo from OWS and Carolos Marroquin of OLA. And, the murder of Black teenager Trayvon Martin who died at the hands of a white crime watch volunteer in a gated Florida neighborhood. We speak with Florida based Zoharah Simmons, a civil rights icon who was one of the women leaders in the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee, and Valada Flewellyn, a civil rights activist based in Sanford Florida where... Topics: OccupyLA, Occupy Wall St, Trayvon Martin, Judi Bari
Building Bridges, the National Edition with Mimi Rosenberg & Ken Nash ***************** Thousands Continue to Rally for âJustice for Trayvonâ As legal experts continue to deconstruct the ânot guiltyâ verdict in the George Zimmerman trial â the man accused of murdering Trayvon Martin â an ugly truth rears its head again: racial disparities are alive and well in our criminal justice system. âIn truth, when African-American boys and men are killed by non-blacks, more often than not,... Topics: Al Sharpton, Sybrina Fulton, Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman, Stand your ground laws, racial...
WBAIâs Radio Building Bridges: Your Community & Labor Report Monday, April 16, 2012, 7- 8 pm EST, over 99.5 FM Produced & Hosted by Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash ******************************** Trayvon Martinâs Murder, A Spark To Reignite The Movement To Fight For Human Rights With Katheryn Russell-Brown, Director, Center for the Study of Race and Race Relations and author of "The Color of Crime" For many Americans, the death of Trayvon Martin was a shocking, out-of-the-... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Trayvon Martin, Katheryn Russell-Brown, Immanuel Ness, JOBS Act, William Black
______________________________ MUSIC FREE STATIC EPISODE 59 ______________________________ Table of Contents _________________ 1 0:00:00 Introduction 2 Not Guilty 3 Sponsor: Loving Hands Crochet 4 0:28:06 Forest Fire Excuse 5 Recalls Go Forward 6 Copyright Originally posted at http://youtu.be/TnGd4EBXELw 1 0:00:00 Introduction ====================== Welcome to Music Free Static. This is episode 59 recorded on July 18th, 2013. I'm your host, Randall Smith, bringing you all the static of those... Topics: politics, Colorado, Florida, Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman, John Hickenlooper, John Morse,...
Tuesday: Billy “Guero” Sell 32 years old reported by fellow inmates to have been a California prisoner hunger striker has died. California prison officials say the death is a suicide; the negotiating team for the prisoner hunger strikers are demanding an investigation. Our guest is Dr. Terry Kupers, a psychiatrist and Institute Professor at The Wright Institute. Youth organizing in response to the Zimmerman verdict in the killing of Trayvon Martin: the 110 mile Walk for Justice. Our... Topics: California Prisoners Hunger Strike, Dream Defenders, Walk for Dignity, Trayvon Martin, Stand your...
Roger Baker and Jay D. Jurie are regular contributors to the progressive Internet news magazine, The Rag Blog. On the program, they discuss issues related to two recently-published articles. Jurie had reported on the Florida killing of black youth Trayvon Martin by a self-appointed neighborhood vigilante (and the massive public reaction to that killing), and Baker's article discussed the growing impact of high gas prices on average Americans and on the society-at-large. Both pieces were... Topics: Rag Radio, Thorne Dreyer, Roger Baker, Trayvon Martin, High Gas Prices, Vigilante Justice, The Rag...
Trayvon Martin, The Whole Story. The story of the shooting of the teenager, Trayvon Martin, in Sanford, Florida, by George Zimmerman. Topics: Trayvon Martin, Trayvon, profiling, George Zimmerman, Sanford, gun control, stand your ground
Host: Morri Douglas Producer: Raymond Watson III Topic:Stand Your Ground law an Florida and honoring Dr Ivan Van Sertima- Toay we will be talking about the stand your ground law and how this law can be abused and exploited in the comunity if that law was passed in Illinois. along with us will be some of our harvesting Dreams members Guests: Inca Bryson and Keith Jones Topics: Harvesting Dreams, Harvesting, Dreams, trayvon martin, shootings, stand your ground, morri Douglas
During the service our priest does a mini-sermonette sometimes in order to hit things not related directly to the Gospel. This week Daniel addresses the Trayvon Martin response directly and then welcomes everyone to the table. Topics: grace, episcopal, church, traverse city, michigan, trayvon martin, race, racism, welcome
This week on the show, host Julie Lalonde chats with Jessica Luther about #StandWithTXWomen and what next, now that the bill has passed. Julie also discusses Trayvon Martin, Amanda Palmer and Rogers Communications pulling out of a Chris Brown concert. Music by Rykka, Ani DiFranco and more. Topics: Texas, abortion, Ottawa, feminism, activism, Amanda Palmer, Chris Brown, Trayvon Martin, racism,...
The Stop Mass Incarceration Network October Month of Resistance -- a powerpoint that reveals the brutal reality behind the massive incarceration, police terror, that targets Black and brown youths especially, and the cruel deportations and detentions of immigrants. The history of this and the beginning of a powerful resistance to End Mass Incarceration, police terror, repression and the criminalization of a generation. Topics: mass incarceration, police terror, police brutality, police murder, Oscar Grant, Trayvon Martin,...
An in studio fireside chat with author and historian Dr. Gerald Horne. We discuss Christopher Dorner, the film Django, Trayvon Martin, mass incarceration, the lingering impact of the Trans-Atlantic slave trade, as well as three of the new books he is in the process of writing. Sojourner Truth, Wednesday April 3 rd Topics: Gerald Horne, Chris Dorner, Christopher Dorner, Django Unchained, Django, Trayvon martin, Slavery